The faith-based family film "Alone Yet Not Alone" made the news both when it was nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Song and later when that nomination was revoked due to a minor, usually-overlooked technicality.
On April 8, the highly-anticipate movie is once again in the news announcing its official theater release in over 200 theaters nationwide on Father's Day, June 13, 2014. The production stars Kelly Greyson (Return To The Hiding Place) with Jenn Gotzon (God’s Country, Frost Nixon) and actor/musical artist Clay Walker (Clay Walker: Jesse James).
The movie is adapted from the novel of the same name written by Tracy Leininger Craven and is based on her family's true story of hope triumphing over despair, of faith overcoming fear and of victory prevailing over adversity when two sisters are kidnapped during the French & Indian war in 1755.
Last September, "Alone Yet Not Alone" was shown for a week-long "sneak peek” at 11 select locations (including Franklin, Tenn.), achieving the second highest grossing per screen average and ranked as one of the highest per screen average independently released faith-based films to date--all before the movie was nominated for an Oscar which it subsequently lost. Now that "Alone Yet Not Alone" has achieved national attention, audiences are eagerly awaiting the film's release.
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